Labour has held Brighton Kemptown at the general election but with a slightly reduced majority.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle won the seat with 25,033 votes – a majority of 8,061 over Conservative candidate Joe Miller who came second with 16,972 votes.
At the previous election 28,703 people voted for Mr Russell-Moyle, giving him a majority of 9,868.
After the result was declared he said: “The people of Brighton Kemptown have seen sense tonight when it seems like the people of the country haven’t.
“It’s a dark day for our country.”
He thanked those Greens and Liberal Democrats who voted tactically to keep the Tories out and pledged to fight for electoral reform.
Here are the number of votes for each of the five candidates.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle – Labour – 25,033
Joe Miller – Conservative – 16,972
Ben Thomas – Liberal Democrat – 2,964
Alexandra Phillips – Green – 2,237
Graham Cushway – Brexit Party – 1,327
The turnout was 69.7 per cent.